Are you addicted to being busy? As an on-demand generation with more smart technology and productivity tools at our fingertips than ever before, it’s amazing that we still struggle to find the time that we feel we need to make stuff happen. Both in our personal and professional..
Rydoo is the travel and expense solution that will change the way we work. Rydoo is one single platform with different modules that cover the whole Travel and Expense journey : before, during and after trip. The user at the very centre of each Rydoo development to create the best possible experience.
How much do you value your employees? It may seem like an obvious question. But what if we told you there’s a secret Kryptonite in your organisation. A hidden weak spot that sucks your resources, time and team spirit dry, but is easily avoidable. And that this weakness is such..
Great news. It turns out that we’re still social animals. Despite living in a hyper-connected world where we can hide behind tech and our computer screens, smart businesses still recognise the importance of face to face meetings.
No one is rich enough to buy yesterday. I’ll be honest and admit that I’ve pinched that one from a song I can’t even remember anymore, but it seems like a great way to introduce today’s post about productivity and time-saving.
Can you imagine your life today without a smartphone? Or social media? Or even mobile apps to some extent?
You and I both know that productivity has nothing to do with money. You can throw a boatload of money and monetary perks into your compensation package and still end up with unmotivated employees who are dragging their feet around, barely getting anything done in time.
‘Productivity’ is the word that is on the tip of every small business owner’s tongue. We understand the importance to boost your productivity, particularly when you are self-employed and running a small business.
We’ve all been there – overwhelmed by our workload, we start to seek out the perfect productivity method to make our work hours as efficient as possible.
Of all the things an entrepreneur needs in her toolkit – creativity, innovation, the willingness to take risks – organisational skill is the one that holds it all together. Without proper organisation, everything else simply falls apart.
One person is sipping cocktails on a beach in the Caribbean; the other is drinking coffee in the medieval streets of Prague… what do they have in common?